Employees of Highland Embroidery Works gather outside the building 1917. Lorna (wife of Roland) Harris’ great uncle, William Buettner, one of the stitchers, is second from the left in the photo in front row, and her great aunt, Lena Buettner, her brother’s “Bobbin’ girl,” is on the top porch, sixth from right.
Employees of Highland Embroidery Works gather outside the building 1917. Lorna (wife of Roland) Harris’ great uncle, William Buettner, one of the stitchers, is second from the left in the photo in front row, and her great aunt, Lena Buettner, her brother’s “Bobbin’ girl,” is on the top porch, sixth from right. Provided
Employees of Highland Embroidery Works gather outside the building 1917. Lorna (wife of Roland) Harris’ great uncle, William Buettner, one of the stitchers, is second from the left in the photo in front row, and her great aunt, Lena Buettner, her brother’s “Bobbin’ girl,” is on the top porch, sixth from right. Provided

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Highland Embroidery Works started in 1881 and ran steady until the Great Depression

August 10, 2017 7:53 AM

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